Alexander Smith reviews the 2020 Giro d’Italia and looks at the young road cycling talent that is beginning to emerge. Britain’s Tao Geoghegan Hart became just the second British rider to win the Giro d’Italia this weekend, unexpectedly victorious in what was the closest Grand Tour finale in history. This win, alongside results from the […]
Rose Booth looks at whether an all-time great has reached the end of her time in the game. On 26th September, Serena Williams turned 39. Just fifteen days previously, she was playing for a place in what would have been her 11th US Open final. She is an icon: the definition of the Greatest of […]
The first article in our new ‘Grassroots to Stadiums’ feature sees Harrison Rogers take a look on the impact Covid-19 has had on grassroots and professional football. You may be forgiven for wondering why, considering the state of the world, football and all the noise surrounding the ‘beautiful game’ continues to dominate front and back […]
Online Lifestyle Editor Elinor Jones takes a look at the athletes who are winning and losing as a result of the postponement of the Olympics.
A Life Without Amateur Sport With Amateur Sport off the table for the forseeable future, Rob Hunt, James Bagby and Nick Powell look at what has been missing in a life without Amateur Sport You aren’t as fit as you think you are, Rob Hunt One thing has to be made clear: football isn’t a […]
Exeposé’s online sports editor Ed Alexander takes a look back at some of the lesser-known sporting stories from the last seven days
Our new Formula 1 writer Sarah Yip reviews the Japanese Grand Prix, giving unique insights into the mechanics and politics of the sport.
Imogen Ellis After naively buying a platinum membership to get access to classes, I was excited to get started on my quest for fitness at the Russell Seal Fitness Centre. I never considered myself a gym newbie – after all, I frequently visited my (tiny) local gym and also took part in classes such as […]
A spokesman from Exeter University has issued an apology to local match goers and anyone else impacted by the behaviour of students at a Varsity match this week. Thousands turned out for the Exeter vs Swansea football game on Wednesday evening. Some have speculated that many were already drunk on arriving to watch the game. After the […]
Down in Shepton Mallet Showground, skaters and skankers, (all wearing bum-bags at inventive angles), brim tents and bust tricks together for four days each year. Having finally scrubbed away all the dirt from Nass, (the UK’s biggest music and action sports festival), it’s time so see if we have any recollection left of the weekend’s […]